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Al Jazeera America
Jun 19, 2014 8:00pm EDT
's hospital in philadelphia. >> to treat one of the deadliest childhood cancers. neuroblast toma. unfortunately, brook is a veteran. first diagnosed just after her fourth birthday. >> she couldn't straighten her legs and couldn't walk. she started burning one a fever, and was diagnosed the next day. with stage four high risk neuroblast toma. >> stage four meant it had spread throughout her body. after nine monos of chemotherapy, radiation, and two stem cell treatments, fantastic news, scans show no evidence of cancer. but 39 months later, the cancer was back. at this point, there is no cure. a relapse with neuroblahs toma is considered terminal. and what happens if she doesn't make it, she is my world. she is everything that i have, and i can't fathom a day without her. brook sunni rebels no in a clinical trial. in addition to standard chemotherapy, she taked dfmo and celebrex. >> i think the decision to continue with this treatment reg min is the right decision. >> brook's oncologies heads a research labbing looing for better treatments for the many children who need help. >> th
ABC
Jun 19, 2014 6:30pm EDT
. minnesota scenes like this one. i want to bring in our chief meteorologist from philadelphia's top station. i know you were dealing with severe weather over the last 24 hours, but now you're watching another part of the country tonight. what are you seeing? >> that's right, david. the focus of severe weather across three areas tonight. the strong storms that moved through philadelphia have shifted to the south, including roanoke and raleigh. the upper midwest under the gun from minneapolis to kansas city and another area over northern texas. we're looking at the potential for large hail, damaging winds and flash flooding a big concern. david, i want to show you the area of flooding. it's a very broad area. there's a stationary front that's draped across the upper midwest into the mid-atlantic. along this front we're looking at the potential three to four inches of rain, could cause flash flooding. minneapolis already dealing with record rainfall. >> we'll be watching for that. thank you. >>> we turn our attention to brazil now and to the world cup. team usa playing this weekend. a giant he
FOX News
Jun 19, 2014 3:00pm PDT
. philadelphia with the preliminary report saying the truck driver who plowed into the limousine carrying comedian tracy morgan and several friends was speeding. morgan is recovering, but one of his friends was killed. kvrr in north dakota was something that looks like a scene from caddyshack. in reality, it is a police chase that goes through a golf course in moorehead, minnesota, and ends up at a shopping mall in fargo. the driver was arrested. no one replaced their divots. >>> this is a live look at thornton, colorado, from fox 31 in denver. a huge explosion this afternoon led to a fire. the remnants there. witnesses reported feeling the ground shake, followed by a smoke plume. firefighters say the structure is destroyed and debris is scattered as you can see a block away. >>> that's tonight's live look from "special report." we'll be right back. >>> we've talked about the va scandal. if we talked about it in the last couple of days, there would be no complaints about the taxpayer supported guests at the guantanamo bay detention camp. why their health care is probably better than yours
CBS
Jun 19, 2014 6:00pm EDT
passes. >> reporter: that a major change in marijuana law in philadelphia people in possession of 30 grams or less of marijuana can be issued a to 25th dollars fine and be sent on their way. proponents say it means a soup i had mistake won't show up and cost you in the future. police can arrest if they choose to do so but councilman jim kenny hopes they will spend their time more efficiently. >> to me it isens isible way to do it. then police officer stay on the street. >> reporter: but critics say policy promotes a mixed message. >> we pursue people, put them in the jail but if you have a little bit, it is okay. >> reporter: mayor nutter offered his opinion on the bill. >> i don't know that at the the local level we can actually, in fact, decriminal ice something that the state deems to be an illegal substance. >> reporter: new law is part of the growing push statewide to ease marijuana laws, starting with medical marijuana at the the state level. >> my fight has been to help educate people on this magnificent plant that has a lot to offer. >> reporter: state senator mike folmer is
NBC
Jun 19, 2014 6:00pm EDT
forecast right on your smartphone or tablet. >>> today, philadelphia city council passed a bill t decriminalize the possession of smaller amounts of marijuana for recreational use. >> mayor michael nutter still has some time to sign or veto that bim. right now in philadelphia, the penalty for possession of an ounce of marijuana for recreational use results in a mandatory arrest, but the new ordinance would lessen the penalty to a $25 fine and a ticket. >> nbc 10's christine maddela checked with mayor nutter about the likelihood of this becoming law. she joins us live tonight from center city what did he say, christine? >> reporter: a short time ago, we talked to the mayor as well as a spokesperson from the philadelphia prison system. now, even though this bill passed through city council, it looks like the road to becoming a law may be a difficult one. >> absolute guaranteed way not to get arrested for having a small amount of marijuana in your possession is just not to have it. >> reporter: philadelphia mayor michael nutter says the police commissioner around the district attorne
ABC
Jun 19, 2014 6:00pm EDT
than some lingering showers along the coast. yesterday's high was 94 in philadelphia, and the high came after midnight, 81 degrees, you can see all the heat pushed well down to the south, with the cold front that continues to push from the north to the south and this is bringing us a breath of fresh air, dew points show how much moisture is in the air, the dew point in philadelphia, that is slightly humid, looking to the north binghamton, 46 and that is very dry air, this continues to push down to the south as we head through the overnight hours, tonight is a good night to open the window and turn off the air conditioners, you will not need them tonight. satellite 6 along with action radar showing we had violence thunderstorms overnight and a lot of homes struck by lightning set on fire and wind damage, the focus of severe weather is well down to the south, in parts of southern virginia, in the carolinas, what is happening high pressure is building in, this brings us beautiful weather tomorrow and this front sneaks back to the north and haunts us over the weekend and i'll talk more abou
FOX
Jun 19, 2014 6:00pm EDT
to track him down. ♪ >> live from center city in philadelphia this is fox 29 news at 6:00. >> first at sick though new developments surrounding the crisis in iraq. just hours ago, president obama unveiling a course of action in iraq and it involves aid from the united states. thanks for joining us i'm iain page. >> i'm dawn timmeney fox's doug mckelway as the latest developments tonight from the white house. >> reporter: at the white house president obama announces the u.s. will send up to 300 military advisors to iraq as sunny fighters rapidly gain ground. they'll work with the iraqi army to coordinate intelligence and training. >> the best and most effective response to threat like isil will ultimately involve partnerships where local forces like iraqis take the lead. >> reporter: but the president made it clear u.s. ground troops will not return to iraq. and stressed that solutions to the violence are political not military. >> the united states will not pursue military options that support one secretary inside of iraq at the expense of another. there's no military solution and side of i
ABC
Jun 19, 2014 5:30pm EDT
of classes for philadelphia public school students. they got final hugs from teachers and staff as they left. at meredith elementary there was an assembly and talented singer to boot. >> very good for them. >> time to talk about sports and ducis rogers is here and the eagles are wrapping up the spring workout. >> they seem to have one every other week here. the three day mini camp was productive if not eventful, that is how chip kelly want its. guys can get in trouble, grow a gut, get kidnapped by aliens. >> when we acquire these guys and select them, that is an important thing to us, i don't want a bunch of guys to worry about when we are away and how they should behavior. and anything they do has ramifications positive and negative and that affects themselves and it affects the team. >> we are gone for ten weeks, i take a couple of days off and get away of course. more me july is a high intensity month for me because training camp is so close. >> the phillies begin a serieses in st. louis against the cardinals. the phillies have won 7 of 9 against the nationals and braves. ryan is coming o
CBS
Jun 19, 2014 5:00pm EDT
south of philadelphia, we're seeing the sun coming out in the poconos and lehigh valley but these showers are heading for the shore. this front is producing severe weather. lets look off to the south and look at all that lightening, severe thunderstorm watch and warnings in effect richmond, virginia area and these will miss us to the south so we will not see anything american just showers we are seeing right now. lets do a least cap on what happened last night. here's a loop overnight to see how quickly these storms came through from midnight through three or 4:00 a.m. and lots of lightening with these. lets look at just one frame here on the radar, about 1:45 a.m. and we will query these storms and see how much lightening strikes we got just in this five minute frame and take a look at this numbers, over 1200 lightening strikes on this one frame of radar ape lightening strikes did produce damage reports all across the region. we have reports of house fires in the area the lets look at these west deptford township house fire on lynn drive due to a lightening strike. more
NBC
Jun 19, 2014 5:00pm EDT
the rain as it continues pushing to the south. philadelphia is seeing a lot of clearing, south spotgvierainfal maurice river. this area of rain will continue to slide to the south, moving into cape may n ofthjersey. l anduch ilank p delaware, for the most part right now, is fairly dry, spotty e, not moving ou, but one very quickly. as it does move, it is kin of rebuilding and not making much progress, either way, still on a track toward delaware, does hold together, it does appear it will slide south of dover, good for the fire fly music festival. denton by about 6:00, seifert, 6:30 if it holds together. at this point, we are seeing the rain slowly shifting to the south. here's one area that has already improved through the day, up in the poconos, very different picture. this is the dry air that we will see tonight and tomorrow. so take a close look at that forecast, continue tracking the rain, coming up. >>> storms that moved through our region overnight did damage in bucks county. up tn f on crew found this largh cag 17 b allentown road in from bersville. no one was hurt. fi
ABC
Jun 19, 2014 5:00pm EDT
showing it's all about location right now. areas north of philadelphia were clearing out but we still have showers south of philadelphia in parts of delaware and new jersey, and the high of the concentration of steady showers now south of millville and wilmington just on the edge between the rain and the clearing skies, medford lakes some rain and lightning strikes associated with the mass of showers now, this has pushed the heat to the south, it's currently 72 degrees and washington 85 and richmond 86. actually most of our region was in the 90s. still humid though, dew points in philadelphia 64 degrees, if you look up to the north though, dew points in the 40s, that is very dry air, this air will be moving in, in the overnight hours, but last night in the overnight hours, we had strong storms moving in and they did cause damage, doylestown, highland township and hockessin, delaware, homes were struck by lightning and also philadelphia we had wind damage that brought down trees. and west depford lightning causing a house fire and the same in vineland and millville more trees down and the g
FOX
Jun 19, 2014 5:00pm EDT
. but talk about a temperature turn around. 72 degrees right now in philadelphia. but look at the 24 hour change. it's over 20 degrees colder than this same time yesterday. the reason being we're watching this cold front as it sags to the south. taking with it along the moisture as well as that humidity. lingering showers early but we will get a break as you're stepping outdoors later on this evening. right now you can see most of the action south and east of the i-95 corridor moving into sections of south jersey and delaware. but look at the temperatures. 72 in pottstown as well as millville and atlantic city. so look at the change over 20 degrees colder in atlantic city as well as millville. moving toward the wrightstown area. yesterday we were looking at the hottest day of the year. so what to expect as we move into your thursday evening. leftover showers early especially in south jersey. but otherwise, clearing skies. perhaps you're headed out to the evening events across our area. looking pretty good and you can give those umbrellas a break. dry and comfortable as we move into the ov
NBC
Jun 19, 2014 4:00pm EDT
with ricin. police believe he prepared the chemical inside his apartment. >>> philadelphia city council passes a plan to lower the possession penalties on marijuana. now, it goes to the mayor's desk. if aproved, anyone caught carrying an ounce or less would face a fine of $25. police would take the drugs instead of arest the person and be considered a civil offense instead of a criminal one. christine maddela has been all over the city, talking to lawmakers, getting their position. what did you find? what is the latest? >> reporter: call sinman jim kenny's bill and this bill passed 13-3 to city council today. so then, we went to find out what happens next. councilman kenny will send a letter to the mayor, asking the mayor to sign and approve the bill. the mayor has the option to sign it or veto the bill. >> shouldn't be handcuffed, finger printed, photographed and have an arrest record the rest of your life. >> reporter: you are placed under arrest and moved through the court system if you have over an ounce of emergency, a system costly to the defendant and taxpayers. >> activities, ar
ABC
Jun 19, 2014 4:00pm EDT
through. highland township, lightning struck a house and caught it on fire, philadelphia a few trees down and bed minister with winds of 40 to 50 miles per hour and by 3:00 it moved into new jersey, west depford and vineland saw lightning strike homes and lighting up some of those homes, the biggest threat last night was the lightning strikes, they were very powerful as they pushed through and thankfully all is quiet as we go into the overnight hours. >> the severe storm that moved through overnight, knocked out power to thousands of people across the region and one community in mercer county spent the day without power because of a lightning strike. nora muchanic is live in tit titusville. where the power is back on. >> it was 12 hours after the storm when the electricity was restored here. now you can turn the lights back on and the traffic signals are working again and the power outage created headaches for residents and businesses around here. >> hope it's not going to be another summer of jcpl out arranges, people will lose their mind over that. it was a frustrating day for people in
CNBC
Jun 19, 2014 3:00pm EDT
't come from philadelphia. >> this is a terrible idea. >> jim, even the guy who created it i believe said he thought the same thing until he thought about it a little bit longer, started to see maybe the merit. then there was a quote -- i think it was in the "new york times" piece -- about a guy who said he used it to kind of ping his wife throughout the day to know that she was thinking of her. >> kelly, if i get enough of these yos on this phone i'm throwing this phone away. you can already instant message people the same thing. >> nothing says "i love you" like "yo" in the middle of the day. >> you can also use the world cup and sign up for it and they'll ping you when somebody scores a goal. >> does it tell you who scored? >> no. just that there was a goal. but you kind of know something's happening. i could see there being potential for this in the stock market. maybe we're all just crazy except for jim. jim, thank you for being here. all of you. julia, while are you in town. >>> "fast money" is coming up in just a few moments. melissa lee, yo. >> yo. i think that's somebody's joke.
CNN
Jun 19, 2014 12:00pm PDT
philadelphia, adam, thank you for coming on. let me go back to the point we were making earlier. the distinction is key between calling these 300 americans going into iraq troops versus adviser and because bottom line, these are -- u.s. military, correct? >> correct. in my opinion, it is political semantics. we are calling them adviser now and instead of combat troops or boots on the ground. however you want to word it. we are talking about the united states navy s.e.a.l.s, united states army rangers. they are the most elite fighters we have. so if they aren't going to be combat troops -- i'm not quite sure who the president is going to refer to as combat troops. >> okay. >> troops, adviser, what dangers, adam, might they face? >> they are going to face all the dangers we face when we were in iraq the first time. they are going to face same dangers our adviser faced in vietnam when they first went in there too advise before the war escalated there. and another issue i have -- is that -- we are -- we appear to be doing this, sending adviser in to show we are doing something witho
Bloomberg
Jun 19, 2014 2:00pm EDT
-hitter of the baseball season. josh beckettmate who tossed a no-hitter on may 25 against philadelphia. the 15 strikeouts are the most by any left-hander in baseball history in a no-hitter. that is a look at the top stories we are following this hour. >> we are going to continue with our political roundtable in washington. douglas holtz-eakin, white house onrespondent phil mattingly capitol hill where the house election is taking place, and on the phone from miami, chief political strategist at atomic research, spent many years analyzing the impact that washington policy has on investors. phil, outline for us what the election sequencing is like and how long it is likely to take and what the twists and turns are as best we can predict them. >> we will start with what we already know is about to happen. kevin mccarthy is in the room right out voting for him versus raul labrador as majority leader. once that occurs, then the vote moves into who will face kevin mccarthy as whip -- will replace kevin maccarthy has whip. there is peter roskam, steve stutzman,nd marlon who is representing the tea party wing. k
ABC
Jun 19, 2014 12:00pm EDT
in the area elsewhere. and more sustained showers north of philadelphia that is moving on in through the region. and we'll show you the radar and what it might look like this afternoon. showers and the potential for thunderstorms moving through the area. the key element we might need is sunshine to ignite those, as we pull in here with our double scan, i put it on our satellite view, we are really stuck in the clouds at this point. we'll see if we get the breaks and are able to ignite thunderstorms in the area. there is one portion of our region that is particular threat for thunderstorms, i'll explain where that it and talk about the weekend call the in a couple of minutes with the accuweather forecast. >> karen thank you. >>> in the meantime, some homeowners are cleaning up from rain and lightning that moved through the area this morning. katherine scott shows us some of the damage. >> reporter: we heard reports of lightning strikes causing fires in bucks and chester counties and that is what authorities believe could have been the case here in west depford. >> loud thunder woke up
NBC
Jun 19, 2014 11:00am EDT
work early, you could see wet roads out there from philadelphia stretching down into wilmington. then as we head into your 5:00, 6:00 hour, looks like the heaviest rainfall is going to be right along cape may, near cape may county and that's going to continue to push offshore as we head into your 7:00, 8:00. this won't ruin any of your plans for tonight, but keep that in mind, keep your umbrella handy. for today, our temperatures will range between 79 and 38 degrees, much cooler than what we saw yesterday. a drop of about 10 degrees and p.m. thunderstorms are expected. we'll see our wind speeds out of the north 5 to 10 miles per hour. i'll let you know what's in store as we enter your workweek and the weekend in my first alert seven-day forecast. >> thank you, britney. >>> people in upper bucks county are dealing with damage that was cleft by this morning's severe storms. nbc 10's zachiry has the latest. >> reporter: on our way to this scene we passed more damage. we saw firefighters putting out a fire on the 1700 block of allentown road. the garage there caught on fire early th
NBC
Jun 19, 2014 7:00am PDT
cream, and no preservatives. from the farm to our fridge in just six days. philadelphia® cream cheese. ♪ so rich, creamy, and delicious. only philadelphia®. >>> a very good morning to you. 9:26 now. i'm laura garcia-cannon. a man who was killed a few units shy of graduating college in san francisco will be giving a posthumongous day today. steven was shot and killed last month when he accidentally went into the wrong apartment in this building. the 68-year-old man who shot him was arrested, but later released. he will be honored with a ceremony at san francisco state university today. >>> a bay area music teacher faces life in children for reportedly inappropriately touching three young students at a daly city performing arts school. he was a guest instructor while the studio's owner was out of the country. when the owner returned, several students told him about the alleged assault. butz pleaded not guilty on monday. >>> investigators are trying to figure out what sparked a fire in sunnyvale that burned two homes the to a ground. a tree between them caught fire and those flames qu
CBS
Jun 19, 2014 7:00am PDT
it last month in philadelphia. >>> and it's 7:19. ahead on "cbs this morning" we're going to check headlines from around the nation >>> low clouds and fog are back in parts of the bay area along the coastline. a lot of sunshine though away from the coast and looking good over san jose right now. mostly clear skies at this hour. we are going to see some cooler temperatures as high pressure weakens somewhat allowing the sea breeze to kick in. we'll bring the temperature down especially approach the golden gate bridge. 69 degrees in san francisco. 80s in the interior valleys. cooler over the next couple of days. and then slowly warming up on sunday and monday. >>> this national weather report sponsored by sleep inn. dream better here. sleep dream better here. >>> the news is back, stay tuned for your local news. >> announcer: this ♪ ♪ >>> this portion of "cbs in morning" is sponsored by toyota. let's go places. yeah! ♪ if you want to see old faithful ♪ ♪ don't be such a couch potato ♪ ♪ yeah just go check out the thing for yourself ♪ highlander
KRON
Jun 19, 2014 7:00am PDT
tossed one may 25 in philadelphia. the giants have now dropped five straight. and tim hudson had probably his worst start of the season in chicago against the white sox. the giants starter allowed seven runs and 12 hits in 4 2/3rds innings, his shortest outing this season. the first inning, adam dunn thousand added a three-run home run, and 7-6. the giants lead over the dodgers now down to 4 with the giants loss. the oakland athletics now have the best record in baseball. brandon moss hit a tiebreaking rbi double in the fifth inning and sonny gray pitched oakland past the texas rangers 4-2. gray, who had won just two of his previous eight starts, went seven innings. striking out seven. yoenis cespedes and josh donaldson each had two hits for the a's. oakland has won four of five and over.500 at 44-28. the defending champion red sox come to town for a four game series the champion has fallen. breaking news of vehicle fired the bibbers so pleasant jim's up the right here was spawned this fire just recently extinguished but for several minutes this entire left side of the toll plaza and all
KRON
Jun 19, 2014 6:00am PDT
no-hitters and baseball so far this season- a beckett tossed one out and 20¢ a philadelphia. it's not good news for giants who dropped five straight now. and of all people you don't wanna start fish pitch poorly is tim hudson was a money giants he entered the game with the lowest earned an average. what the giants lost the a's have the female announcer: don't miss sleep train's 4th of july sale. save $300 on beautyrest and posturepedic. plus, pay no interest for 36 months on tempur-pedic and icomfort. sleep train's 4th of july sale is on now. ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ comeback to the kron4 morning news is the time of year again to find out which dog is the ugliest. the sonoma marin fare started yesterday and the deadline to vote in the ugliest dog contest is almost here. this event features some of the ugliest of dogs. i think that one is going to win. >>: i have to look away. what else you got. >>: that was not too bad. from what is that once you. the month were is the face and that dog is just crazy that 1 percent thought it was the tongue but a lot of thes
FOX
Jun 19, 2014 9:00am EDT
thunderstorms will be strong to severe, especially the further south you go from philadelphia. so not quite finished with messy weather for today. high of 81. tomorrow, is the ten, 83 degrees, sunny sky, low humidity, the weather for tomorrow, low humidity, now, saturday, the first day of summer, solsus in the morning, and that will be a gorgeous day, as well. even though we had chance of thunderstorms, later on in the day, i think most of the day looks pretty good. sunny, warm, high of 08 degrees sunday. phillies back in town next week. by the middle of next week, though, once again speaking of unsettled weather. so, it is looking pretty good on the seven day forecast, and the weekend forecast happily has improved since monday. >>> love it. >> i know. >> all right, sue, i know you are excited about this, why don't you take it away. >> new addition to the world of harry potter finally opening up. harry potter lovers know all about diegone alley, place where all young wizards go to shop for their heart warts supplies, well, now you can go there yourself, chris. >> joining us live from diegon
LINKTV
Jun 19, 2014 5:30am PDT
from philadelphia is facing possible expedition -- possible extradition to germany over ziarges that he worked at a na camp. allegations stemming from his suspected service as an ss guard at auschwitz during world war ii. he was arrested tuesday outside his home. he admitted he was a guard at auschwitz in occupied poland, but he says he worked outside the death camp and had nothing to do with the slaughter of 1.5 million jews and others behind the gates. out inghting broke eastern ukraine this morning despite a promise from the president of the cease-fire. ukrainian forces and pro-russian separatists were locked in fierce battle with some reports saying tanks have been deployed by both sides. according to one military analyst, fighting began when the separatists refused the call to lay down their arms in line with the peace plans outlined by president petro poroshenko. >> a chance to lay down their weapons or leave the country great ukraine's president announced a cease-fire plan wednesday that would give pro-russian separatists away out of the conflict in southeastern poroshenkord petr
CBS
Jun 19, 2014 4:30am PDT
lost value amid the controversy about faulty ignition switches. >>> a philadelphia resident wanted in germany for aiding and abetting in the killings in auschwitz is in custody in the u.s. without bail. germans have charged 89-year- old johann breyer with 158 counts of homicide. they say he is a former nazi who helped kill 3,000 people during world war ii. >>> germans want breyer extradited as soon as possible. >> the other guards who were in that circumstance in the battalion he belonged to made it possible for the killings. >> germans would like breyer extradited as soon as possible. that hearing is set for august. his lawyers say the man is too old, sick and weak to stand trial. >>> alcatraz is considered by some to be one of the most haunted places in america. >> kpix 5's brian webb shows us a couple of tourists say they now have proof. >> welcome back, you guys. welcome back. >>> reporter: more than a million tourists visit alcatraz every year. a lucky few claim they see something extra special, a ghost. >> i did not see any ghost. i have heard rumor of ghosts. i didn't see an
Al Jazeera America
Jun 19, 2014 7:00am EDT
-year-old philadelphia man may be extradited to germany for nazi era crimes, his case currently heard in federal court. he admits he was stationed at auschwitz but said his duties were guarding the perimeter. he said he never killed anyone. he was arrested on a german warrant. >> they were watching this on the screens in the newsroom. a new king ascends to the throne in spain. [ applause ] crown prince felipe pay was handed over power in front of parliament this morning. the royal family hopes to make in roads with a population struggling with recession and high unemployment. you are looking live at pictures of the festivities to continue this hour with the new king and queen greeting the guests. we have more. bring us up to date. >> the father handing over the red sash, which represents the highest rank in the military. the king is commander-in-chief. king felipe promised to faithfully fulfill his duties and uphold and protect the constitution and rights of the citizens of spain. then he gave a rather stirring speech. what was interesting about the speech, talking to members of the g
ABC
Jun 19, 2014 4:00am PDT
-old philadelphia man faces possible extradition to germany on charges he helped kill thousands of jewish men, women and children at a nazi death camp. johann "hans" breyer has been under investigation by german authorities for years. breyer has admitted he was a concentration camp guard but says he had nothing to do with mass killings. >>> and spain is greeting a new king after an extraordinary transfer of power. king juan carlos stepped down after four decades on the throne handing over the royal sash to his 46-year-old u.s. educated son felipe. felipe's wife is a former journalist and commoner. they have two young daughters. juan carlos said he wanted to let some younger blood help rally the country out of economic doldrums. >>> and speaking of spain, there's plenty of criticism of its national soccer team. the defending world cup champions were defeated by chile yesterday, 2-0. it was spain's second loss of the tournament, and it means they have no chance of advancing. spain finishes their world cup campaign monday with a meaningless match against australia. >>> and before that match in rio, abo
CBS
Jun 19, 2014 4:00am PDT
-old philadelphia man is being held without bail on a german arrest warrant. johann breyer has been charged with aiding in the murder of hundreds of thousands of men, women, and children. steve patterson of our philadelphia station reports. >> reporter: in federal court, the 89-year-old breyer is dodging cameras. >> 158 train loads, not individuals. train loads of people. >> reporter: breyer admits to being a former nazi. an s.s. guard stationed in occupied poland at auschwitz. german authorities have an arrest warrant for him slaughtering anywhere between 200,000 to 300,000 men, women, and children. they want him extradited as soon as possible. >> his guarding along with all the other guards who were in that circumstance in the battalions that he beloved to made it possible for those killings. >> reporter: wednesday breyer's defense attorney argued he's too old, to frail, to sick, to weak to remain in cud. a federal judge found the crimes he's accused of are too great. federal marshals apprehended the 89-year-old and placed him in custody on tuesday night here in northeast philly, a place
CBS
Jun 19, 2014 7:00am EDT
it last month in philadelphia. >>> it's 7:19. ahead on "cbs this morning." we're going to check headlines from around the nation >> announcer: this national weather report sponsored by sleep inn. dream better here. >>> they started a clothes company in college. >> ahead, why the apparel company is ready to fire its founder. >> the news is back here in the morning on "cbs this morning." stay tuned for your local news. >> announcer: this portion of "cbs this morning" sponsored by toyota. let's go places. boring! yeah! ♪ if you want to see old faithful ♪ ♪ don't be such a couch potato ♪ ♪ yeah just go check out the thing for yourself ♪ highlander! ♪ we ain't got no room for boring ♪ ♪ ferdy gerdy ferdy ger boom! [ cluck, cluck ] ♪ no, we ain't got no room ♪ for boring ♪ for boring, we ain't got no room ♪ ahh! [ male announcer ] the 2014 highlander. toyota. let's go places. but what about here? [ female announcer ] neutrogena® visibly even daily moisturizer. in 4 weeks, you'll see more even skin tone. even from here. [ female announcer ] neutrogena®. introducing ne
KRON
Jun 19, 2014 4:00am PDT
may 25 in philadelphia. the giants have now dropped five straight. and tim hudson had probably his worst start of the season in chicago against the white sox. the giants starter allowed seven runs and 12 hits in 4 2/3rds innings, his shortest outing this season. he entered the game with an mlb-leading 1.81 era. jose abreu hit a two-run shot in the first inning, adam dunn added a three-run home run, and the white sox beat san francisco 7-6. with the giants loss. the fifth off for four oakland athletics now have the best record in baseball. brandon moss hit a tiebreaking rbi double in the fifth inning and sonny gray pitched oakland past the texas rangers 4-2. gray, who had won just two of his previous eight starts, went seven innings. striking out seven. yoenis cespedes and josh donaldson each had two hits for the a's. oakland has won four of five and is a season-high 16 games over.500 at 44-28. the champion has fallen. spain, the dominant global soccer power for the past six years, was eliminated from world cup contention with a 2-0 loss to chile. spain's second loss, after any hope
NBC
Jun 19, 2014 7:00am EDT
and some breaks of sunshine. the big storms that rocked the area overnight including south philadelphia have moved offshore. now, i'm watching the temperatures. they started to move up, 74 degrees in philadelphia. trenton, 69. 73 degrees in wilmington. the numbers will be climbing with mostly cloudy skies this morning. showers will increase this afternoon and that will keep things cooler. 76 degrees by 4:00 p.m. >>> now, a check on the morning commute, specifically at 7:26. with jillian mele. >> this is a live look at city avenue you can see traffic moving slowly there. we have an accident at lansdowne avenue. and some in lower providence township and meadow lane. >>> in just a few hour, philadelphia city council will vote on an order nals that lessens the penalties for marijuana possession. under the proposal having a small amount of marijuana, under an ounce or less would be considered a code violation punishable by $25 fine. >>> and up next on the "today" show an in-depth look at the way arson is investigated. and how new methods are helping those wrongly convicted clear their names.
ABC
Jun 19, 2014 7:00am EDT
in philadelphia. 75 in millville. the low 70s right in the lehigh valley. we're heading up to 84 today so back towards the average no 90s today. lots of cloud cover, sunny breaks here and there, showers in spots, especially later on this afternoon. later tonight we're dry and we clear out it's refreshing, tomorrow, less humid, partly sunny, 84. saturday, spotty showers and 77 especially along the coast at the shore you might get showers, matt. >> two homes in the area were struck by lightning in the overnight storms. the wonder of summer is that i never know what kind of adventure awaits. the days are longer, and the breeze feels a little sweeter. and, thanks to volvo, i'll pay nothing for repairs or maintenance for 5 years, nothing. they even cover my first month's payment. so, i'll be happy wherever the summer takes me. the wonder of summer event. the 2015 volvo s60 with complimentary first month's payment. starting at $329 a month. >>> good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. and how one woman's decision to film herself saved her from a stroke. her incredible survival story and what you need
FOX
Jun 19, 2014 7:00am EDT
. philadelphia public schools, you will want with a to have your rain gear with you, going to school, where ever you are going today, more showers on the way, temps in the 60s, 70s, as we walk out the door, and there is some rainout to our west. watching that, and some other rain, expected to pop up before the morning is through. 74 degrees, little bit of sun, whole lot of clouds, relative humidity at 79%. and then a high of 81 today. ninety-four the high yesterday. little more comfortable. we will have thunderstorm or two specially to the south of us, some of those could be strong. clearing out overnight though. turning bit cooler. sixty-three in the city. fifty's in the suburbs. caste? >> thank you, sue. few accidents to get to. a the love things that are going to slow you down this morning, so we start with just taking a look at all of the travel times. you can see 76, headed westbound, 95 southbound, those will be your worse spots. in lakewood township madison avenue route nine closed at eighth street. fire activity there. clifton avenue, great alternate. horsham road at norristown road. a d
CNN
Jun 19, 2014 3:00am PDT
disappearance. >>> an 89-year-old philadelphia man has been arrested on nazi death camp extradition. johan briere was an armed guard at auschwitz during world war ii. german authorities say he was complicit in the killing of 216,000 jews from hungary, czechoslovakia rand germany in 1944. he's lived in the u.s. since about the '50s. his extradition hearing is now set for august. >>> more dangerous weather in the midwest. a twister touched down in south dakota taking aim at a small town briefly trapping some folks in their homes. the tornado ran right through the heart of wessington springs. extensive damage there, many homes and businesses literally torn apart. in another part of the state, looks like twin tornadoes from the same storm system. you can see the white vore investigation twisting around itself on the ground ripping apart what appears to be a barn. want to get straight to our meteorologist karen mcguinnes in for indra petersons. rare that we're seeing them in the first place and now we're seeing them again. >> it's made them explain for a couple of years. the double tornado that
Bloomberg
Jun 19, 2014 6:00am EDT
got more of yellen yesterday. claims.itial jobless 9:45, comfort index. 10:00, philadelphia fed business outlook as well as the economic indicators. could be up for the 14 month in a row. does that get in with attention? makefinitely, as we try to sense of what the fed is going to do in 2015 and 2016. >> i am alighting on lead indicators. >> do need another cup of coffee? blackberry at 7:00 earnings. >> this is a big deal? >> they been trying to turn the company around. it is more of a niche player. we will see how it turns out. >> on the heels of the new amazon smartphone. and kroger before the bell. after the bell, oracle and smith & wesson. >> major market movement yesterday afternoon. s&p 500, can we start talking about 2000? euro-dollar stronger. nymex crude elevated. on to the second screen, please. the vix well under 11. does that show that complacency, the punch bowl, there is the dow, truly on the 17,000. brent crude gets my attention. 170.ing, finally through that speaks to the actions of the last summer of days. we have scoured the newspapers, the websites. here's our
CBS
Jun 19, 2014 6:00am EDT
. >>> new this morning an overnight shooting in north philadelphia leaves a 23 year-old man in the hospital, "eyewitness news" at 3300 block of west cumberland street where police say that victim was shot four times in the arm and face. at least 12 shots were fired at this man in stable condition. police hope cameras can help them find those responsible. >>> police are on the manhunt for three men who put a northeast philadelphia family through an ordeal. they kidnaped a 15 year-old boy and robbed his parents. "eyewitness news" reporter jen bernstein joins us from police headquarters with the latest information, jen, good morning. >> reporter: these three suspects terrorized this family yesterday, this morning, police are still looking for those men, and police do tell us that the three of them did kidnap this 15 year-old walking home and then held him for ransom while at the same time they tied up his parents and robbed them in their somerton home. as of right now police believe they were targeted. christian was shaking yesterday after his family went through a scary ordeal. >> they had gu
NBC
Jun 19, 2014 6:00am EDT
in the face and arm. >> happening today, the last full philadelphia city council meeting before the summer break and they're taking on one of the hottest issues lawmakers are facing across the country. nbc10's monique braxton is live. >> reporter: tracy, within four hours, members of city council will begin assembling here. they will tack decriminalizing marijuana in small amounts. the bill saves the police department and the courts millions of dollars each year, kenney's measure makes possessing less than 30 grams which is about an ounce of marijuana a simple code violation. there have been a $25 fine. they have to have it approved by members of council teoday. a police officer will issue a fine like a speeding ticket. we should also tell you that mayor nutter's office does not favor this measure. monique braxton, "nbc10 news." >>> and announcing an initiative dealing with the heroin crisis. it deals with having a licensed substance abuse counselor. we'll get more details later today at 11:00. >>> this morning, people are looking for three suspects who pulled off a kid. thatting and robbe
ABC
Jun 19, 2014 6:00am EDT
-wise, it's better news, 73 degrees in philadelphia. 69 in allentown, 70 in millville. very sticky out here this morning and feeling that way throughout the day. 9:00 a.m., 77. noon, 82. shower and clouds. # p.m., 8 approximate -- 3:00 p.m., 83 degrees, 6:00 p.m., 77 coming down from a high of 84. >> reporter: things are looking up, the roads are pretty much dry and the debris and limbs are being pulled out of the roadways. we're watching a pinch, just a touch, just a dash of fog in the distance. you can see the headlights coming in distance toward trooper road and heading to king of prussia. at this point no major delays on 422. our crash is gone in souderton, everything is reopened there. we have a broken down vehicle in upper dublin at butler pike. we have downed wires in delaware county along meadow lane at 252. on the big picture our crash we had on the walt whitman bridge westbound heading into philadelphia is gone, not need to worry about that any more. just some building volume along i-95 southbound. we had a broken down truck along the schuylkill expressway westbound side by the ex
FOX
Jun 19, 2014 6:00am EDT
're south of philadelphia, say, in delaware, maybe even at the jersey shore, when some more storms could pop up later on in the day. so we go with a five today. it will not be as hot as it was, that's a plus, the strong storms interest this morning are gone, but the minus, well, cloud which showers, still humid, and some thunderstorms popping up late in the day. here is bus stop buddy with the rain gear. have it nearby. it won't be rain raining as much as it was, but stray shower possible this morning, step ups in the 60s, 70s, little better than it was. we are watching some rain that pulled off shore, there is some to our north, and there is rain to our west. that's the area that we're watching closely right now. moving through hagerstown, will it hold to go, make it through over area? we'll see over the next couple of hours, we're here until ten. >> 84% relative humidity, a lot of crowds cover, 69 degrees, in trenton, and 71 in wilmington, 63 in the mountains, and these are cooler temperatures, at least, than yesterday. not chilly by any means, but get to early high of 81 degrees, thunders
CBS
Jun 19, 2014 5:30am EDT
but there will be a stray shower or storm on saturday up toward pocono region. city of philadelphia is still looking at unsettled weather, as we speak, so expect to go see showers, thunderstorms, nothing as severe or as what we just saw and in the quite as hot 85 degrees is our expected high here as we go in the middle part of the day, bob, over to you. >>> good morning. 5:33. those thunder boom are woke everybody up at 2:00 this morning. they are gone but left behind wet roadways. lets look live at 422 working your way, to the blue route 476 rolling through delaware county make sure headlight are on, everything damp, maybe fog in the background there and let's go to route one roosevelt boulevard, in the fox street overpass, on and off ramps are wet from the rain we have had on the overnight. an accident on the walt whitman bridge coming in toward philadelphia at upside there so watch for police on the scene. crash at allentown road near banbury drive. on the schuylkill expressway westbound right at lincoln drive off ramp watch for disable tractor trailer. we have that closure of 495 still in play
NBC
Jun 19, 2014 5:30am EDT
city philadelphia. cooler weather is on tap. good morning, i'm vai sikahema. >> and i'm tracy davidson. it's 73 degrees outside. let's check in with "first alert" meteorologist bill henley. >> thank you, tracey. there's still storms we're tacking to the north of the pocono mountains there's wet weather coming down but north of philadelphia, skies are clearing up. rain is tapering off in the scranton area this morning. and the radar shows those showers to the north. there they are. showers are pushing off to the east. and that's exactly what happened to the heavy storms and severe weather that rolled through early this morning. those are well offshore now. and the temperatures, we're in the 60s and 70s, we're cooler than yesterday morning by 7 degrees in philadelphia. and we'll stay cooler this afternoon. there you see some breaks in clouds. a view from the nbc10 studios, 74 at 7:00. by 9:00, might be a spot or two of a shower. but most of the area will be dry and see some sunshine, 79 degrees. but then showers are likely to return this afternoon. and we should see the first one around
ABC
Jun 19, 2014 5:30am EDT
. >> a church treasure ends up in the wrong handles. what police are doing to get it back. >> philadelphia city council takes up measures to ease marijuana penalties, but the bill may face trouble ahead. >> good morning, thursday, june 16 we've made it through the heat of the last which couple of days and we have dealt with the rain, let's go over to karen rogers. >> reporter: we're done with the heat, but not done with the rain. we'll have scattered showers that will around today. let's look at satellite and radar, you can see the line of thunderstorms that moved on out of here. we'll give you a better view with storm tracker 6 live double scan, you can see the heavy thunderstorms that rolled through with powerful winds, lightning and downpours that's off the coastline. if you're up in the mountain pocono you're left with a scattered shower. most of the region is dry. but to the west you can see showers popping up and storms out to the west. we'll be watching for that through the day. 73 degrees in philadelphia. still feeling muggy. 69 in allentown, 71 in millville. as you head out the door e
FOX News
Jun 19, 2014 2:00am PDT
-old man living in philadelphia may now be headed back to germany to face charges he helped the nazis at one of the most notorious concentration camps. he worked as a guard at auschwitz and that's where prisoners were killed in the chambers. he immigrated to the united states in 1952 and he worked as a tool maker until his retirement. fascinating. >>> let's talk about an extreme weather alert that damaged dramatic pictures after a south dakota town takes a direct hit from a tornado. 100 national guard troops are moving in there to help. >>> we have the risk for more severe storms today right across the center of the country. this is the area that has been seeing a lot of severe weather over the last several days in north dakota and south dakota could be damaging winds and large hail even tornadoes from the storms. there is a secondary area we will be watching for the possibility of severe storms as well. across parts of virginia, maryland and southern parts of the state of new jersey storms will be firing up during the afternoon and evening hours. flooding is a concern. indiana, illin
CBS
Jun 19, 2014 5:00am EDT
-old man was shot four times in the the 3300 block of west cumberland street in west philadelphia. police say he was fired at 12 times with the semiautomatic gun. he was struck three times in the arm, once in the face and is now you in stable condition. police are hoping cameras can help them fine those responsible. >>> right now it is 5:00 another owe four. what starts as a kidnapping end as a home invasion. philadelphia police are looking for three men who terrorized a family in the northeast. "eyewitness news" reporter jen bernstein joins us live to bring us up to date, jen, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, natasha. police are still looking for three suspects who kidnaped a 15 year-old and held them for ransom while they tied up and robbed his parents inside their somerton home. at this point in the investigation police believe the family was targeted. christian was shaking yesterday after his family went through a scary ordeal. >> they have had guns, they pulled us down. >> reporter: he and his wife were expecting their 15 year-old son home in the afternoon. so when someone kn
NBC
Jun 19, 2014 5:00am EDT
and thunderstorms. clouds over philadelphia and we might even see a scattered shower this morning. that's a cloudy view and a cooler view this morning. 73 degrees. look at the rain, still falling in the pocono mountains, light and moderate showers pushing through the scranton area right now. but the showers have cleared out of philadelphia. and the heavy storms are well offshore. this is a fast-moving line of storms move to get east at 35 mile an hour. just a few sprinkles left behind in cape may county and southern delaware. the temperatures in the 60s for the atlantic. 68 degrees. trenton has cooled down to the 60s as well. 73 degrees, northeast philadelphia and wilmington. a view of boathouse row, clouds to start with. we should see some breaks of sunshine. but still a chance of a hour at 9:00, a better chance of some showers heading into the area at noon time and this afternoon. that's when we could have a threat of more thunderstorms. i'll go through it neighborhood by neighborhood, when i come back. but first, jillian mele has traffic. >> we just got word of an accident at walt whitman. it i
CW
Jun 19, 2014 4:00am CDT
and encouraged the abuse of painkillers. an 89-year-old man in philadelphia may be extradited to germany, after his arrest for being a nazi death camp guard during world war two. johann breyer has made no secret of the fact that he was a guard at auschwitz. he said he had no role in the execution and cremation of jews at the camp. still, the german and american governments say he was *complicit in those executions... and he must be held accountable. he'll face an extradition hearing in late august. his website will release a new batch of classified documents today. including international the gratian's of global trade involving 50 countries including the u.s. and all the countries in europe. he had been holed up in the ecuadorean embassy in london for two years. wanted for questioning in sweden on allegations that he sexually assaulted two women in stockholm. no charges have been filed. >> the cat got the attention of a reality show called my cat from hell. the host found a couple in oregon who's willing to take the cat while it's being treated. but the cat attacked the couple who gave him up
ABC
Jun 19, 2014 5:00am EDT
us what happened next. >> a gunman unleashed a hail of gunfire in philadelphia overnight leaving one man fighting for his life. >> robbers ransack a home and kidnap a teenager holding him for ransom, "action news" is tracking the developments. >> david is off, let's head over to karen, are the lightning rattled me awake in the overnight. matt pellman is looking at the roads. >> reporter: lightning heavy downpours, we had a cluster of storms that moved in the overnight hours. we can see them off the coastline. it raced through the area, wasn't that long ago was over the city, now we see it well off the coast. if you're up in the poconos maybe you have a sprinkle there. other than that you can see the region is dry. that didn't clear out the atmosphere. satellite and radar is showing we're dealing with a lot of the clouds and you can see showers and thunderstorms s out to the west. they are looking to fall apart as they head toward the region. i think the heaviest cluster of showers and thunderstorms is done for the day. the rest of the of the day we're dealing with clouds and a show
FOX
Jun 19, 2014 5:00am EDT
>>> philadelphia man making news around the globe this morning, under arrest, accused of the most haneous every crimes. why he's being extradite today germany. >>> a barajas some people on their toast, and others reaching for their smart phones. where we found him wandering around south jersey, and sue's tracking some nasty wet they are morning, hi, sue. >> hi, chris, good news, most of the nasty stuff has moved away from us. but we're not finished with clouds, and we're not finished with showers, and we'll tell you that and the weekend forecast coming up in your weather authority forecast. >> unlikely friendship develops between house cats and a links. how these katz met, behind the glass. coming up in the trend. >>> a good friday eve, karen, to you. >> we like to call it a good friday eve. our pre-friday, whatever you want to call t at least it is thursday, and we made it, violent weather system moved through overnight, may not be out of the woods at least towards the middle of the day. >> all right, so, for weather on the one areas, let's talk to sue serio about that. >> lightn
ABC
Jun 19, 2014 1:42am PDT
to face trial in washington, d.c. >>> and an 9-year-old philadelphia man is now being held without bail on a german arrest warrant. he's charged with helping to kill thousands of jews while he was a concentration camp guard. here's abc's ron claiborne. >> reporter: this is the face of johann breyer, the 89-year-old man, federal prosecutors called one of last surviving nazi war criminals in the u.s. >> he is charged with having been an armed guard at the auschwitz concentration camp. >> reporter: since 1952, breyer has been living quietly in philadelphia working as a toolmaker until his retirement. he has a wife, children, grandchildren. prosecutors moved to extradite him to germany where he faces 158 counts of aiding and abetting the mass murder of hundreds of thousand of jews and others. working as a prison guard at auschwitz. breyer's lawyer argued that he suffers from dementia. in court the judge asked if he knew why he was there. >> do you understand that the republic of germany has issued a warrant for your arrest relating to your role as the death camp guard in auschwitz. do you u
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